This 30 minute film, sponsored by the Foundation for Middle East Peace, is a vivid, compassionate portrayal of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Through the voices of Israeli and Palestinian citizens of diverse backgrounds, it reveals their hopes and fears and explores the issues that divide them. It also describes in a compelling way a broad common ground of yearning for peace, pointing the way toward a resolution of this tragic conflict that would meet the deepest needs of both societies. The... Topic: Israel Palestine Peace
Like most Americans, Alison Weir, the editor of a small-town newspaper in California, knew very little about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, other than what she had gleaned from the evening news or newspaper headlines. As a journalist, her attention was on issues much closer to home. Neither a muslim nor a jew, she nevertheless became more curious about the topic of the Palestinian uprising. And as she researched it, she became increasingly suspicious that the American media were not telling... favoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topic: Israel, Palestine, Media, "If Americans Knew"
This three part production records a teach-in during the Israeli invasion of Lebanon in the summer of 2006, held in San Diego, Ca. Legal aspects of war and responsibility are discussed as is the current situation in Iraq. Producers: Ed Sweed and John Odam. Topic: Lebanon, Israel, Palestine, "Middle East", War